Learning Design Toolkits
Monitoring & Evaluation
- Resources in Education and Technology in Education
- Commonwealth Secretariat
- BBC Country Profiles
- WikiEducator Advisory Board
- PRIA - Partners
- Synergos - Senior Fellows List
- UNESCO Culture & Diversity
Literacy in the world
- By percentage (from the UN)
- Stats for specific countries: Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Malawi, PNG, Solomons, Cameroon
- John Carver - Policy Governance Model
eGovernance Course Development
- Suggestions on course development Credits: Decentralization Community of the Solution Exchange online discussion forum of UN
- Courses / Course Descriptions
- eGovernance ODL Course for Govt. Officials
Editing Content on Wikieducator
There are several ways that you can edit content on WikiEducator / WikiGovernance, including:
- Take a tutorial - see WikiEducator's online tutorials.
- Take an online course with facilitator support - to register for a course in your country, click here.
- Use Open Office software to import content into WikiEducator - please see instructions at this link and below.
Using Open Office with WikiEducatorOpen Office is an ideal way for new WikiEducators to get started with content development right away. It is also a great way to develop content offline, especially for users who don't have a reliable or slow connections to the Internet.
Open Office is a word processor distributed as free software. Version 2.3 (and later) has a feature to export files in the Mediawiki format. This makes editing of first drafts considerably easier.
from BC Government
- Governance links - http://www.lcs.gov.bc.ca/brdo/governance/index.asp
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